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Bad News to Raila and Kalonzo After Details Emerge on What Treasury Plans to do to Their Pay

It has emerged that the National Treasury has slashed the amount of money that both former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and his friend former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka receive.

According to revelation by the Star newspaper, the two will have their allocations slashed in the new estimates that have been recommended by the Ministry of Finances under Henry Rotich.

According to the report, the former Prime Minister will lose around a whooping Ksh 13.4 million from the 78.7 million shillings that he received in the previous financial year.

On his part, the former long serving Member of Parliament and later the vice President to former president Mwai Kibaki will lose 19.8 million shillings from the amount he received in the past financial year.

"Pension allocations for former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka have been slashed in the new estimates.The ODM leader's allocation is down by Sh13.4 million of the Sh78.7 million he got this financial year, while Kalonzo is set to have his allocations reduced by Sh19.8 million."The Star.

Both are entitled to employees who are paid by the government as well as maintainence of some of the equipment like vehicles and other transport services accorded to them by the government.

In his utilities budget, he will lose almost three quarters of what he used to receive since the treasury is working to ensuring harmonisation.

Among the amounts that have been reduced from them is travelling allowances with Kalonzo Musyoka losing almost half from the Ksh 6 million he received in this ending financial year.

Treasury has also reduced the former vice president’s hospitality budget for the current year by Sh4.5 million but he will get Sh1 million more for vehicle maintenance and Sh600,000 for office supplies.

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